SessionI have never head of someone putting their clapped out liner in a new boot. Usually the other way around....But ok.
I've done it, if you are on a budget and the old liner gives you a better fit than the new one it's fine. A beat ass intuition can still be nicer than a paper thin POS that is packed out after 20 days.
DolansLebensraumWhat is supposedly better about intuition liners?
Id assume its in the best interest of a boot maker to make the best liners possible for the boots they sell, and are probably fitted to pretty tight dimension tolerances of the shell
Intuitions aren't perfect but tons of people love them, they are highly moldable, have a longer lifespan and are typically lighter than a stock liner. Manufacturers like to cut costs, stock liners can be pretty shit but the average person won't know or care about this. The minority that need a better fit out of their liner will upgrade regardless of the quality of the stock liner so there is no point in catering to them.